Unified light-heavyweight champion Artur Beterbiev could be the scariest fighter in world boxing, but Saturday night’s opponent Anthony Yarde insists he is “just another man”; Beterbiev would consider moving up in weight to fight an old amateur rival, Oleksandr Usyk
Some fighters let their fists do the talking.
In Artur Beterbiev’s case, their message would be clear. Be afraid. With a 100 per cent knockout ratio, an unbeaten record and three world title belts, he is possibly the scariest man in the boxing world today.
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In his last fight he took out Joe Smith in just two rounds to add the WBO championship to his collection.
The next man to tackle the fearsome Beterbiev will be London’s Anthony Yarde, who challenges for his unified championship on Saturday night at Wembley Arena.